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Fixed Missing Space

Discussion in 'Resolved Bug Reports' started by Alluidh, Jul 15, 2013.

  1. Alluidh

    Alluidh Well-Known Member


    Did something change in the Help menu between 1.1.5 and 1.2 Beta 5?
    I miss some space in the menu :D

    This ist 1.1.5
    And this is 1.2.0 Beta 5

    Please give us a "nowrap" ;)

    Thanks a lot
    Walter likes this.
  2. Jeremy

    Jeremy XenForo Moderator Staff Member

    A nowrap or other changes can be added via EXTRA.css. The help menu did change (along with any other menu that looks similiar: account, etc.) to account for some responsive features. It looks slightly thinner.
  3. Alluidh

    Alluidh Well-Known Member

    I know this, but if I do so every user of the German language pack has to do the same ;)
  4. dmnkhhn

    dmnkhhn Active Member

    The same happens to the username next to a post. Some members have the last letter of their name in a new line.
  5. Brogan

    Brogan XenForo Moderator Staff Member

    This is how I resolved it on my installation:
    .navigationSideBar a.secondaryContent {
    font-size: 12px;
  6. dmnkhhn

    dmnkhhn Active Member

    We have, in theory, several options here:
    From what I see there is no space left for a nowrap, hyphenation only happens when it's set to do so, the ellipsis makes the text shorter but do users still understand what "Nutzungsbedinā€¦" means?
    The hyphenation would be my ideal solution but it lacks browser support.
    So it should be left bold but the font-size shouldn't change, that will fix it.

    Maybe a combination of both, hyphenation and font size?
  7. Mike

    Mike XenForo Developer Staff Member

    This is a general purpose thing - we generally choose to force a break if it can't fit into the allowed space rather than overflowing. In this case, I'm switching it to use text-overflow ellipsis. This only triggers if a specific word is too big. If that's not acceptable, it can be worked around by inserting a naturally wrappable character into the phrase, for example.
    dmnkhhn and Jeremy like this.
  8. Alluidh

    Alluidh Well-Known Member

    Thank you, Mike. I'll check this with the next version

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